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or Sarabasab is an authentic Filipino pork recipe that originated from the
Province of Ilocos. Insarabasab is an
Ilocano term which means - meat roasted directly in an open fire. The dish is a mixture of grilled pork sliced
thinly, onion, tomato, vinegar, chillies and some spices.
This is my take on Sarabasab, made some adjustments to it to suit
our taste and made it healthier by adding more veggies and turned it into a side
salad. ‘Hope you enjoy my version J.
It can be served
to pair with grilled bangus, tilapia or fried galunggong or hasa-hasa.
½ kilo Pork
Belly or Liempo, grilled & sliced into thin strips
4 pcs. Medium
Onion, thinly sliced
Cucumber, peeled and sliced
¼ cup white
vinegar or any kind of vinegar you prefer
white sugar (more or less)
Red Chillies (Optional)
pepper to taste
In a big
bowl put the sliced grilled pork,
cucumber, onion and tomato, then set it aside. And in a separate smaller bowl mix the
dressing ingredients, season to taste.
(Note : I prefer the dressing on
the sweeter side), once the dressing is ready pour it into the mixture of pork and veggies. Let it stand for a few minutes so that the veggies
will absorb the dressing. Serve and Enjoy!